Moncharm | Domaine Comte de Vogue Chambolle Musigny 2006
The 2006 de Vogue Chambolle Musigny, is a delightful marriage of Some of Musigny's young vines with non-cru parcels. It has an alluring aroma of pulpy red fruits, roasted spices, sweetened citrus zest, sweet truffle and Iris. The texture of this label is wonderfully polished with a roller coaster ride of sweet fruity notes and slightly bitter, refreshing herbal notes. The finish is long with a persistent fruitiness. This classic vintage will be at its best for at least 10 to 15 years.
Though there are many domains in Burgundy region that trace back to more than a century, there is none that can match the glorious 550 year old history of the Domaine Comte Georges de Vogüé. It is considered as one of the leading estates in the region. Today, The reign of this domain is in the hands of the 20th generation of the family who employs an amalgamation of modern winemaking techniques with the time proven traditional methods to create some of the most legendary vintages.
Famous for its brilliant terroir and exemplary red and white wines, Burgundy is one of the notable wine regions in France. The wines are chiefly made from the marriage of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. This region accommodates more than 100 remarkable appellations. The amazing variety of vine produced in this region is chiefly due to the fertile slopes of the Saone River.